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Hill, Nathan W. (2014)
Publisher: Institute of Linguistics, Academia Sinica
Languages: English
Types: Part of book or chapter of book
Subjects: 8630, 2200, 3100
Conrady, Li and others have noticed the Tibetan sound changes *ḫz > ḫdz and *ḫź > ḫǰ, but there is also evidence for the changes *dz > z and *ǰ > ź (first noted by Schiefner). After presenting the evidence for *dz > z and *ǰ > ź respectively, this paper considers the other origins of ź, namely *lʲ and *rʲ. Finally, an attempt is made to establish the relative chronology of the changes proposed.
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